GM is teasing the new Chevy Malibu again, leading up to its debut next month at the New York Auto Show. Continue Reading...
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Safety should be an important consideration for anyone buying a new car, but it’s probably your top priority with a family to haul around. Continue Reading...
Chevrolet is working hard to make its new Malibu sensational. Continue Reading...
The next-generation Chevrolet Malibu is shaping up to be one stylish sedan. Continue Reading...
General Motors has announced its fifth recall in the last two weeks, with the company calling back both 2014 Chevy Malibu and Buick Lacrosse models. Continue Reading...
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) is constantly crash testing new cars for our safety, and new information released today has another model joining the ranks of the safest cars on the road. Continue Reading...
Chevrolet has issued two separate recalls for both the 2013 and 2014 Malibu, affecting about 60,000 vehicles in total in North America. Continue Reading...
Chevrolet revealed its facelifted Malibu sedan this morning at the Belle Island Grand Prix in Detroit with a number of performance and design improvements, and most notably, a new front end. Continue Reading...
General Motors is recalling 38,197 eAssist-equipped vehicles for a faulty circuit board that could lead to a fire in the trunk in the worst case scenario. Continue Reading...
In order to better compete with the Toyota Camry, Chevrolet has lowered the MSRP on its entry-level Malibu by $345 to $21,995, excluding an $810 destination fee. Continue Reading...
General Motors is working hard to give its Chevrolet Malibu a refresh by late next year, despite it being only 18 months since the sedan got redesigned. Continue Reading...
General Motors is focusing on plug-in technology for the next five years, aiming to have 500,000 vehicles on the road with some form of electrification by 2017. Continue Reading...
Joining the previously announced Chevrolet concept cars for the 2012 SEMA Show will be the American automaker’s Malibu Turbo Performance concept. Continue Reading...
Perhaps a little disappointing for those who had their eyes on the 2013 Chevrolet Malibu, GM is estimating that its entry-level 2.5-liter model will get an EPA rated 22-mpg city, 34-mpg highway. Continue Reading...
Coming to dealerships this summer is the 2013 Chevrolet Malibu midsize sedan, equipped with an all-new 2.5-liter Ecotec engine with a starting price of $23,150 including a $760 destination charge. Continue Reading...
Across North America, 15 teams will be participating in the EcoCar2 Challenge, a three-year alternative fuels vehicle competition sponsored by General Motors and the Department of Energy. Continue Reading...
Until now, all we have seen from the 2013 Chevrolet Malibu is the Eco model with its eAssist 2.4L four-cylinder. But now we finally have details on the non-hybrid variants of the Malibu, which will come with either a 2.5L naturally aspirated four-cylinder, or a 2.0L turbocharged four-cylinder. The naturally aspirated 2.5L will have 197-hp… Continue Reading...
As Chevrolet continues to expand its lineup into Europe, both the Malibu and Volt received top ratings in the European New Car Assessment crash tests. Both sedans got five stars in all categories and also made the Volt the first U.S.-branded electric car that’s rated with Euro NCAP’s top assessment. “The Chevy Volt will… Continue Reading...
The Japanese earthquake disaster and the resulting supply disruption mixed up the Top 10 best-selling vehicles in June, allowing the Chevrolet Cruze compact to top the chart in the US, a spot usually reserved for the Toyota Camry. The Camry did make the Top 10 and was the only Japanese vehicle to do so but… Continue Reading...
Chevy, my Chevy, why hast thou forsaken me? The Biblical Impala, dating back to the Burning Bush, still shuffles off the assembly lines in slippers and a tennis-balled walker. But as the rest of GM’s lineup leaps forward into the 21st century, the Impala’s age is starting to become a burden around Chevrolet’s neck. How… Continue Reading...